Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have officially split their royal household

Carla Harmon
March 15, 2019

It's only a matter of weeks before Prince Harry and Meghan Markle set up house at Frogmore, which means that they'll be a ways away from the bustle of London and Buckingham Palace.

While Meghan and Harry will be moving to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor later this spring, their office will also be moving - out of Kensington Palace and into Buckingham Palace.

The department, which will support Prince Harry and Meghan, will be lead by Sara Latham.

As part of the shake-up, Harry and Megchan have named high-flying PR guru Sara Latham - who has worked for Bill and Hillary Clinton - as their new dedicated head of communications.

The shake-up of the households is suspected to be implemented soon, following the arrival of the royal baby in April. She was a senior adviser on Mrs Clinton's presidential campaign and a special adviser...


In addition she was recruited into British politics in 2005 to help Tony Blair's Labour party in that year's general election campaign.

She has also worked for the United Kingdom government, spending two years advising the late Culture Secretary, Dame Tessa Jowell.

It is being reported that Dr. Newman is chief executive and secretary general of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, one of Meghan's royal patronages which were announced in January.

The Royal Foundation, the primary philanthropic and charitable vehicle will remain to have joint patronage by the Cambridges and Sussexes.

They could still work together on big projects like their Heads Together mental health campaign.


Rumours have been circulating for months of a royal rift between the couples, but there is no indicator that this comes as a result of any fights.

His new household - the team that supports a member of the royal family - will be established this spring but the move is unlikely to happen until later in the year.

The breakup of the royal household has received the support of Harry and William's father Prince Charles as well.

"The Duke of Sussex now has his own private office, which has been supporting the Duchess since the engagement of Their Royal Highnesses in November 2017", the Palace said in a statement (via Reuters).


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